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Blake Shelton’s Net Worth, Early Life, Music Career & More Details!

Country music singer Blake Shelton has a net worth of $100 million. It wasn’t until 2001 that Blake made his musical debut as a solo artist. He has since become one of the most popular country musicians in the United States and a well-known television personality thanks to his work as a coach on NBC’s “The Voice” show.

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Blake Shelton

Net Worth: $100 Million
Salary: $13 Million Per Cycle
Date of Birth: Jun 18, 1976 (45 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Profession: Singer, Musician, Voice Coach, Songwriter, Composer, Record Producer, Author, Music artist, TV Personality, Actor
Nationality: United States of America

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Early Life

Ada, Oklahoma was the place of Blake Tollison Shelton’s birth on June 18, 1976. His parents, Dorothy and Richard Shelton owned a beauty salon and sold used cars, respectively. Even as a child, he enjoyed singing, and, with the help of his uncle, he learned to play the guitar at the age of 12. By the time he was 15, Shelton had already penned his first song. He received the Oklahoma Denbo Diamond Award when he was 16 years old. After moving to Nashville at the age of 17 to pursue his singing career, Shelton has never looked back.

Music Career

In 2001, after living in Nashville for about six years, he signed a recording deal with Giant Records. The song “I Wanna Talk About Me” was supposed to be his debut single, but the label deemed it unsuitable, so Toby Keith recorded it and went on to make it a No. 1 Billboard hit. For five weeks, Blake’s first single, “Austin,” was the top country song on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. As a result, Shelton was transferred to Warner Bros. Records shortly after the closure of Giant Records. Their debut album, titled simply “Shelton,” was met with critical acclaim and was certified platinum. In February 2003, Shelton released his second album, “The Dreamer.” The album’s lead single, “The Baby,” debuted at the top of the charts. With his third studio album, which came out in 2004, Shelton became the first country singer to achieve platinum status.

The following albums were released: “Pure BS” (2007), “Startin’ Fires” (2008), “Red River Blue” (2011), “Cheers It’s Christmas” (2012), “Based on a True Story” (2013), “Bringing Back the Sunshine” (2014), “If I’m Honest” (2016), and 2017’s “Texoma Shore” and he has headlined nine major tours. In addition to “The Baby,” “Home,” “Some Beach,” “She Wouldn’t Be Gone,” “Hillbilly Bone,” “All About Tonight,” “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking?”, “Honey Bee” and “God Gave Me You,” Shelton has also had several other top-ten hits, such as “Honey Bee,” “God Gave Me You,” “Drink on It,” “Over,” “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” “Boys ‘Round Here.” (featuring Pistol Annies and friends).

More than 10 million albums and 35 million singles have been sold worldwide to date. There have been millions of downloads of his music as of this writing.

Television Hosting

As a judge on NBC’s singing competition “The Voice,” Blake has been a coach since 2011. He was paid $4 million per season in the early seasons. He currently earns $13 million per cycle.

“Healing in the Heartland: Relief Concert,” which aired on May 29, 2013, was put together by Shelton and NBC to raise money for the victims of the Oklahoma tornado on May 20, 2013.


Musicians, critics, and fans have all praised Shelton’s work throughout his career. “One of country music’s biggest stars over the past decade,” according to Rolling Stone. Shelton was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2014 and became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2010. Ten Country Music Association Awards, five Academy of Country Music Awards, and nine CMT Music Awards have been bestowed upon Blake. His awards include eight American Country Awards, five People’s Choice Awards, two American Music Awards, a Billboard Music Award, and two American Music Awards. Shelton was honored by the Academy of Country Music with the prestigious Gene Weed Special Achievement Award for his work in country music and television. As a result of his work on “The Voice,” he has been nominated for eight Grammy Awards and has received the NATPE Reality Breakthrough Award. Shelton was the first country artist to appear on People Magazine’s infamous “Sexiest Man Alive” cover in November 2017.

Blake Shelton's Net Worth
Blake Shelton’s Net Worth

Real Estate

Blake Shelton has a slew of real estate holdings all over the country. “Ten Points Ranch” is a sprawling property that he owns in Texas. He owns a 1,200-acre ranch in Oklahoma with a Hawaiian-style mansion on it.

Personal Life

Kaynette Gern was Blake’s wife from 2003 to 2006, when they divorced. Blake and Miranda Lambert began dating in 2005 and were engaged by the time they got engaged in May of 2010. In July of that year, they announced their divorce. Gwen Stefani, Blake’s co-star on The Voice, started dating him in September 2015. Together, they live in both Shelton’s ranch in Oklahoma and a home in Los Angeles that they bought together after their marriage ended.

Throughout his life, Shelton has been affected by personal tragedy. Richie, his younger brother, was killed in a car accident in 1990. He had been in declining health for some time when Dick Shelton, Shelton’s father, died in January 2012 at the age of 71.

Shelton is a generous philanthropist who gave the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation $20,000 in October of the previous year. For children with blood cancer and blood disorders, he donated $600,000 to the Jimmy Everest Center at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 2016. Additionally, Shelton has donated to and raised money for the Tishomingo, Oklahoma community in which he grew up. In March 2020, Shelton donated to the MusiCares COVID-19 relief fund from the proceeds of his merchandise sales. Blake has donated $150,000 to the “Give from Home Day” fundraiser, which will take place in April 2020 and raise money to feed hungry families in the event of a pandemic.



Every year, he earns between $20 and $40 million as one of the world’s highest-paid entertainers. Between June 2019 and June 2020, Blake made $31.5 million in revenue, $28 million in revenue, and a total of $45 million in revenue.

Since we began tracking Blake’s net worth in 2011, his earnings from concert tickets, television salaries, and merchandise total at least $180 million.

He makes $1 million a night from each show.

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